Trunk Music (Harry Bosch Series #5)

Trunk Music (Harry Bosch Series #5)

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
My complaint is your book library does not have Michial Connelly books in number order. It is very difficult to find the next number in as series
Capone2369 More than 1 year ago
Michael Connelly drops another classic onto the book shelves loved every minute of the book couldn't put it down unless there was a life threatning emergency.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The book starts out slowly setting the stage for the last part of the book. The last few chapters were great. Another quality book by M.C.
RiverReader More than 1 year ago
You won't be disappointed. This is another great book by this author. He gets so many characters going and you find yourself wanting to know more about them. He does this is such a flowing way that you don't get lost in the identities.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love all of the books about Harry Bosch. Highly recommend. Some not very graphic violence, some mild sexual situations. No cursing. A nice size book. Likable characters and a good plot. AD
Idliketosay More than 1 year ago
I've just started reading the Harry Bosch novels and I love them all so far. This one is no exception. Good plot, some good twists and a good storyline. In my opinion, you can't go wrong with a Harry Bosch story. You think you have it figured out and then some new piece of evidence shows up or a new wittness steps forward or the obvious person turns out to have an alibi. Good reading, you won't be disappointed.
mas43 More than 1 year ago
Easy entertaining read.
60catladay More than 1 year ago
I'm new to the Harry Bosch series (great fan of The Lincoln Lawyer), Harry Bosch is very good also, I started with number 1 & intend to read all of Harry Bosch in order. Highly recommend.
Santa_Mike More than 1 year ago
I have not finished it, but it is a continuation of the Harry Bosch series, and they are fabulous. If you enjoy a dark hero with issues, uncovering the seedy side of life, this is a good series to get into. I suggest starting with the first book and work your way through the series.
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CYLeigh More than 1 year ago
Yet another great Connelly book. I always think it's best to start a series at the beginning, but they are just as good as stand alone.
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Carstairs38 More than 1 year ago
Producer in the Trunk While I enjoyed my time with one of Michael Connelly’s other characters a couple of months back, I was glad to get back to Harry Bosch with Trunk Music. Harry is a great character, and I was glad to slip back into his world. As this book opens, Bosch is finally back working homicides after 18 months in the wilderness of forced time off and then working robbery. He’s still working out of Hollywood and the leaders of a three person team. His team is the first one called in when a body is found in the trunk of a car. The car had been abandoned in a vacant lot next to the Hollywood Bowl, which is currently hosting a concert, making working the scene tricky. The scene looks like a mob hit, yet organized crime doesn’t appear to want to take the case. Bosch isn’t complaining too much since he is anxious to get back to solving murders, his true passion. The victim is a producer of low budget borderline pornographic films and appears to have connections in Las Vegas. Is that what got him killed? As always, this book starts strongly, and following Bosch around as he solves the case is plenty of fun. I did feel the pacing of this book was a little off, and I did figure out a twist or two before Bosch did. But overall, these are minor issues. The characters are wonderful. There are a few returning characters, and it is nice to catch up with them again. Bosch is a very fascinating main character, and I like getting to know him better. He never backs down from anyone, adding some conflict to the story, but it’s easy to root for him. Plus a face from his past shows up again here, which I enjoyed. He has a new lieutenant in this book, and I absolutely love her. I hope she’s around for several books at least. And the characters we meet here are fully developed as well, making for strong suspects. Dick Hill is still doing the audio books for this series. He’s getting better, but there are times he still gets in the way of the story. Honestly, we don’t need him to yawn when the characters are tired. He throws in a few other things like that which are annoying. And there’s one character he completely ruins with the way he brings the character to life. Fortunately, it’s a minor character with only a couple of scenes here, but it is bad. Overall, his performance works, but I will be glad when the series moves on to another reader. I’m looking forward to seeing how Harry Bosch continues to grow as the series progresses. While Trunk Music wasn’t the best mystery so far, it is still a very strong book.
SkyeCaitlin More than 1 year ago
Harry Bosch, Michael Connelly's notoriously brilliant and often misguided protagonist, has just returned to the LAPD Homicide unit after yet another involuntary respite. Immediately Harry and his team of three are called in to investigate a homicide far above the hills of Hollywood. Connelly wastes no time in masterfully setting up scenario, plot and setting with ingenious characterizations, a clear glimpse into police procedures and a definite slant in point of view along with Bosch's unique persona. This particular novel is finely tuned, detailed and suspenseful. It qualifies as a thriller, a mystery, a study of mob-related activities in Las Vegas, and the intricacies in Bosch's intuitive facilities to solve a series of crimes, puzzles and a murder against all odds and threats. He is truly heroic in many of his often questionable decisions. Throughout the novel, the reader can detect Bosch's motives, vulnerability, altruism, and an array of qualities that are notably endearing, passionate and romantic. I adored this wonderfully written, well planned novel.
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I really loved this book. I think it was written really well with all its plot twists and cool things.
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great book
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I started reading this series from the beginning and I enjoy each new story as they progress. I really enjoy reading about Harry Bosch and the twist that his life takes.
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Fun to take the twists & turns of Harry
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